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Title:Ravnanje z vojnimi ujetniki, zajeto opremo in dokumenti v SV : zaključna naloga
Authors:Dolšek, Aleš (Author)
Sirk, Marjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:ŠČ - Officer Candidate School
Abstract:Poznavanje mednarodnega vojnega prava ni obveznost ŽtretjihŽ oseb ampak vsakega posameznika, še posebej vojaka - borca. Pogosto prevladuje mnenje, da je razumevanje mednarodnega vojnega prava dobro, oziroma razumljivo. V praksi pa je mnogokrat nasprotno, saj je njena vsebina zaradi dolgotrajnega zgodovinskega razvoja in posledično njene obsežnost, težko sledljiva in pogosto napačno interpretirana. Dobro razumevanje pa je posebej pomembno za tiste, kateri bi se lahko srečali z vojnimi ujetniki na eni strani in določilimednarodnega vojnega prava na drugi strani. Vloga in odgovornost države je, da zagotavlja poznavanje določil navedenih aktov in prav tako poznavanje predpisov, s katerimi so določeni nosilci posameznih nalog in postopkov. Odgovornost pa je tudi na strani pripadnikov oboroženih sil, kateriz vojnimi ujetniki vodijo postopke in kot taki nosijo osebno odgovornostv primeru nespoštovanja mednarodnega vojnega prava. Prav poznavanjemednarodnega vojnega prava in zavedanje odgovornosti slehernega bojevnika lahko v naslednjih vojnah spremeni črno preteklost v zgodovini žrtev vojn - vojnih ujetnikov.
Keywords:mednarodno vojno pravo, vojni ujetniki, ženevske konvencije, vojaška policija, zaščita, ujetništvo, evakuacija, odgovornost
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[A. Dolšek]
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:341.33/.34(043.4)
COBISS_ID:4675022 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:Knowledge of the international law of armed conflict is not an obligation of "third" parties but each individual, especially a soldier - a fighter. Often, the prevailing opinion is that the understanding of international laws of war is clear and understandable. In practice situation is often the opposite, because the content is a result of long-standing historical development and, consequently, its magnitude is difficult traceable and often misinterpreted. Good understanding of the international law of armed conflict is particularly important for those who might be faced with prisoners of war on the one hand and the provisions of international law of armed conflict on the other side. The role and responsibility of the state is to provide knowledge of the provisions of those acts and also to know the regulations, which set out specific tasks and media operations. Responsibility also lies with the membersof armed forces, which shall conduct the proceedings with the prisonersof war and as such bear personal responsibility for breach of international law of armed conflict. Similarly, knowledge of military law and awareness of the responsibility of every warrior in the next war could change the black history of victims of war - prisoners of war.
Keywords:international law of war, prisoners of war, Geneva conventions, military police, security, prisoner, evacuation, accountability

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